Hybrid Li Ion Conducting Membrane as Protection for the Li Anode in an Aqueous Li-Air Battery: Coupling Sol-Gel Chemistry and Electrospinning.

Abstract

Aqueous lithium-air batteries have very high theoretical energy densities, which potentially makes this technology very interesting for energy storage in electric mobility applications. However, the aqueous electrolyte requires the use of a watertight layer to protect the lithium metal, typically a thick NASICON glass-ceramic layer, which adds ohmic… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.7b00675

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